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chelsea ingram and bob turk are tracking live doppler radar. >> it's been quiet around here. we had a few showers. they moved off. but i did find a couple that just popped up in the extreme southern portions of the region. extreme southern portions of the bay. we had two cells there. one just to the west of st. mary's city. and it's pretty strong. going to move across the city shortly. another one, southwest of salisbury. so both of those areas will see a thundershower or even, let's call it ray moderate thunderstorm, moving through the next hour. as they continue to head off to the east and northeast. rest of the region, really, very, very quiet. nothing much going on at all, except for the stuff in the extreme southern bay. where they had a little more sunshine. a little more instability. and that will affect those area fist the next hour or two. they should die out as soon as we see the sun. temperature-wise, they went up a degree. 82 now. 86 cumberland. only 73 in oakland. ocean city now, down to 78. pax river, shower not too far from them. they're up to 84 degrees. now, we still have
, the entire bay. wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. meteorologists chelsea ingram and bob turk are tracking radar and tracking a new tropical storm. first to bob. >> kind of quiet around here. we had one little shower east of the city about an hour ago it's pretty much dissipated. that wong shower moved into southern cecil cowntzy. and it's just about gone. you can see, not luc left to it at all. just a brief little shower. right near earlville and just between chesapeake city and galena, moving off toward delaware. rest of the city, not really looking at anything in the way of showers. might still see a pop-up shower. but with sun setting, we'll start losing the energy from the sun. temperature-wise, sufficiency certainly cooler today. normal high was 87. only got to 86. no more 90s. although it will probably get close to that the next couple of days. 75 in oakland. 85, ocean city. elkton had should showers. they had dropped down to 79. 87 over in d.c. they got up to 87. that's pretty much as warm as they got. now, we do have a new tropical system in the caribbean, way out the
. but a little bit. wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. meteorologist chelsea ingram and bob turk are updating temperatures, radar, and tracking a new tropical storm. first to bob. >> take a look at radar. yes, we've had cooler temperatures today. and a few pop-up showers. right now, there's one east of the city now. approaching you folks in northern kent county. southern cecil county has shower activity. west of galena. looks like it's going to move right on shore very shortly, so you see some brief, heavy downpours there. betweenarilyville and -- between earlville and chestertown. as it heads to the east and southeast. the rest of the region is pretty quiet. in fact, not seeing much more of any shower activity. may still have a shower this evening. still a pretty volatile atmosphere. and could certainly see a shower. a lot cooler than yesterday. only 84 now. the dew point has actually come down. the heat index is only in the mid-80s. a lot better than it's been over the weekend. 86 in ocean city. only 79 in elkton, with showers close to that region. and 73 in oakland. now, as we
community. bob. >>> will, we have learned thatle the autopsy on michael's kins ks bury body have been completed.l. the meaner of his death are still uncompletedded.l there's no trauma to his body but it's clearly already decomposing. the pig question any people have today, is how his body could have been found dead in a car,c, in an alley on west virginia avenue northeast d.c. when police had been searching thethe entire neighborhood for more than 24 hours before the body was found. d.c. assistant police chief steve newsom. >> the family conducted an an initial search before the police arrived. the family had told homicidehomi detectives that they did in fact look inside of the vehicle where michael's body was you wil ultie recovered. at approximately 1:30 p.m. on sunday, an officer looked inside of the vehicle where michael was found, and did not see him. he described the vehicle ase locked at the time. we described three other pd officers over a three hour period that they looked inside of the vehicle and did not seese the body. >> now, michael kings bury, was, discovered pi a veter
water and they're not too far away, will. >> understandable, bob barnardod with the story. >>> a support for embattledd kenneth ele ellerbe. el a group of people expressed their displeasure with the way y the city council was treating ellerbe. they suggest politics and race e had something to do with it. it paul wagner is here with the the story. >> reporter: 20 or so people pe gathered reporters on thers on e 5th floor of the building and questioned why the chief was taking so much heat from the d.c. members of the council. co. and they called that nobody called of the recision nation of the previous chief and suggested that. race with a high-profile endorsement from the firefighters union. >> i too, feel that things have gone on before he became our our fire chief, nothing was done doe about it, but all of a sudden, n we have people in the city city council that is calling for his resignation. i think that they need to just t let him do his job and do ondo with the business of the city. >> reporter: what one mann noted no one had asked for chief dennis resignation following stories t
few days. we have weather and traffic. bob turk is here with the updated numbers from first warning weather. >> quite a bit cooler than yesterday. still rather humid. and a few pop-up showers. very widely scattered. take a look at radar. we have one little cell that just developed east of the city now. close to aberdeen proving ground. this right here, kind of moving off to the east and northeast. a little cell. may have a little gusty winds with it just southeast of the air field there. east of edgewood. aberdeen, moving off to the northeast. so it may be affecting some folks up in perhaps cecil county. the rest of the region is very, very quiet really. not much going on around central maryland. they're all one little light shower, north of the maryland- pennsylvania border. and a few out there by hancock, washington county. look like most of the region will stay dry tonight. still rather humid. but temperature-wise, it's a lot cooler than yesterday. only 84 now. the dew point actually has dropped down to 65, which makes the 84 feel like 84 degrees. 87, warmer in ocean city. only 7
a press conference has just wrapped up on this case. bob barnard is there right now. bob, take it away.e it >> reporter: you are lookinglon at a saifn assistant police chis you might have reported at the top of the show, the autopsy is basically inconclusive, itve, it doesn't tell investigators their cause and the manner of death, but it does say that there were no signs of trauma to michaelto kins bury's body but his body had started to decompose, so hee had been dead a while when they found him.d although they don't know exactly at what time he tied. also, they are not sure if michael was in that car the whole time from the time he wasa reported missing sunday morning around 9:00, 9:30 until he was found yesterday afternoon, a a full 30, or 32 hours later. what they can tell us now, is there were four police officerse who at some point during thatng long search for michael looked inside the car. they never looked inside of the trunk, but they say they for whatever reason they asked the trunk of that car withoutcar opening it, but that four separate officer as early as 1:30 sunday af
offs into great prizes. bob diamond is set with your pick four numbers. 3. 6. 8. ball, 3685 --the maryland lottery, let yourself play. >> ava marie is here to tell us one more time about the weather. >> were showers and storms this afternoon. not everybody will get them stormy for the next couple of days, hopefully friday and saturday driesell. >> thank you for watching. . >>> stacy, looks good, huh? >> all good things come to an end. is that the case for george and stacy? i'm michelle. could it be another man for keebler, or perhaps differing views on starting a family? together again. the relationship sparks fly over the fourth of july weekend. bromance included. >> that's my secret of the day. >> kris jenner on the record. is she finally ready to reveal the first photo of baby north? >> do you get along great with kanye, or is it a process? >> it keeps me going, my family, michael's children. >> as she deals with so much tragedy, our catherine jackson exclusive. a tribute to her son. >> brought tears to my eyes. >> and placing a bet on the royal baby where anything goes. >> is
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weather headed our way. i'm bob turk. i'll have complete first warning forecast coming up next. ♪ ♪ [ barks ] whoo! mmm! ♪ ♪ oh, yeah [ whistling ] [ male announcer ] discover your new orleans. start exploring at [ woman ] and i love new orleans! >> it is partly cloudy, 77 degrees in central maryland right now. the first forewarning forecast is coming up. take a look at this incredible video of a water spout near tampa. it was spotted this evening as it approached a bridge. a water spout is claused when storms collide and cause a rotation over a body of water. it came ashore damaging one home and causing a transformer to blow, but there have been no reports of injuries. >>> at least 50 people have been killed in the bloodiest day since the crisis in egypt began. the military and supporters have ousted president mohammed morsi clashed outside the republican guard headquarters. mill leaders say the protesters were firing guns and throwing mall la toff cocktails off the rooftops. the white house condemned the violence but is not backing any of the facti
will not be built. >> virginia state police have released the mug shot of one of governor bob mcdonnell's sons. 21-year-old sean patrick mcdonnell was arrested in charlottesville on alcohol-related charges. a spokesman for the virginia governor's office says this is a personal matter and is being addressed by the family. mcdonnell is a senior at the university of virginia. >> loved ones said good-bye to a virginia mother who walked among the crowd for a living. jane wicker died while performing as a wing walker during an air show in ohio. back home she was remembered as someone with a larger-than-life spirit. wicker planned to marry her fiancee while doing what she loves. >> full of energy and excitement that when you met her, you had better hold on for the ride because you were going to be swept up in her forward momentum. >> wicker was 44 years old, she is survived by her two children, pilot charlie swinger also died. the ntsb is still investigating the cause of that deadly crash. >> switching gears now, one washington sports team claimed its spot in the history books last night, scott joins us
of interest. meanwhile a lawyer for governor bob mcdonnell spoke about accusations aimed at the governor. northern virginia's bureau chief julie carey reports from richmond. >> how hopeful that the charges might be dismissed today? >> i'm not permitted to talk to you. >> reporter: that's defense attorney steven benjamin. todd schneider by his side headed to court to ask the court to drop the embezzlement charges. they have set off a scandal that led a grand jury to investigate bob mcdonnell and gift given to him and his family. schneider blew the whistle when he learned he was under investigation for taking food from the mansion. he said it was payment for services. his attorney said the whole case should be tossed out. he alleges the attorney general's office headed by ken cuccinelli sacrificed schneider trying to cover up other wrongdoing. cuccinelli's office was recused from the case in may but the special prosecutor told the judge he's done an independent review and finds sufficient evidence for charges against schneider >> i am prohibited from making any additional statements. >> re
in as evidence. perhaps those answers will come to light if the coming hours, will. >> bob issue thank you -- bob, thank you. >> now the latest on the plane crash in san francisco. the ntsb is giving us a clear picture of what was going on inside the cockpit when the flight went down to. today we learned more about the four pilots on board. jennifer davis has the latest from san francisco international. >> during two days of questioning, the pilots of asiana flight 214 that automatic throttled -- not tells were set properly but the plane slowed. >> one sat in the cabin with passengers and crew and the other three together in the cockpit with the trainee pilot on the left and his instructor in the right seat. >> he reported this was his first trip as an instructor pilot. this was the first time that he and the flying pilot that he was instructing had flown together. >> asiana airlines says the pilot was certified as a trainer last month. teams of federal investigators are combing through the fuselage inside and out tnt s.b. chair walking the debris wall -- ntsb chair. >> you can see aircraft parts
. >> thank you very much, ma'am. >> reporter: fair to say bob of fairfax county knows well the dangers of biking on the roads. his most recent wreck -- >> that was pretty scary. >> reporter: a collision with a truck. >> the truck was going down lee chapel road and clipped me and knocked me off. >> reporter: his experience part of a growing trend in fairfax county. police released the latest numbers. in 2012 there were 106 cyclists involved in crashes. that was up 25% from the year before. already this year there's been 45 bike wrecks. >> this is aluminum so metal will bend. so there what happens the whole thing. >> reporter: bike manager has a theory for the spike in crashes here in the county. >> there's an awareness if you're near paths, if you live in washington, d.c., if you're near the mount vernon trail and expecting cyclists. but cyclists out here outside of the city and people aren't looking right to turn right. people aren't anticipating there might be someone there when there usually isn't someone there. >> reporter: this bike the aftermath of one of those accidents. >> the s
bob nelson says companies like zappos will avoid a looming demographic crisis. >> it's harder to get people. there's going to be fewer of them to get. and if you want to keep them and get the best out of them, you sure better know what presses their buttons. >> nelson, known in the trade as "the guru of thank you," believes that the teeniest rewards pay big dividends, regardless of age and boss abuse even bigger dividends. >> i've worked with managers that have, "if we make this goal, they'll shave their head" type thing. or they'll be in the dunk tank at the summer picnic. when a senior manager's willing to do that is, it says, "we're all in it together." >> all that togetherness comes together every year at the motivation show in chicago: acre upon acre of coaches, consultants, knickknacks, and fancy stuff. >> awards, plaques. >> if you want to say "thank you," you'd send them the steaks. >> people enjoy wine. >> rewards for a job well done, reminders to work harder. you think this would help motivate people to work harder? >> oh, it does. >> everyone loves plush toys. >> what a to
presidency. the fdr museum says news photographers cooperated in concealing his disability. bob mccall, associated press. >> a big debate over the statue at his memorial here in washington, whether it showed the wheels of the wheelchair or not. >> interesting he was able to hide it for so long. >> same-sex marriage is already legal in maryland and the district. >> so now advocates have set their siepghts on over-- sights on overturning the ban on same- sex marriage in virginia. that story is coming up. >> it's the 10th of july. here are some people celebrating a birthday today. [ male announcer ] you know what's so awesome about the internet? it gets more and more entertaining every day. and once you've got verizon fios, that's when you get it -- america's fastest, most reliable internet takes your entertainment to ridiculous levels. i was streaming videos, movies, music. once i realized how fast it was, that's when i got it. [ male announcer ] and now you can get it too. for a limited time, get a hot summer deal online with fios for an amazing $79.99 a month for the first year. pl
the distractions of home, governor bob mcdonnell couldn't help talking development. >> invested $4 million from virginia. loudoun county invested some. the city of richmond, 2 million, dwight, it was? so all that together is the kind of thing with $9.8 million tax revenue per year, you can see that's a pretty good economic arrangement for the taxpayers of virginia and richmond. >> that's nice, but training camp two weeks away is the real good news. >>> get ready for the washington monument to glow in the dark. we'll have a preview of tonight's lighting ceremony on the national mall. >> pretty quiet here in northwest for the time being. we'll show you radar, tracking a couple of thunderstorms, one near hagerstown and one to the south of us. we'll come back and talk about our yellow alert continuing and track the latest tropical storm. >> the defense calls its witnesses in the george zimmerman murder trial. coming up each one [ male announcer ] you know what's so awesome about the internet? it gets more and more entertaining every day. and once you've got verizon fios, that's when you get it -- h
, wusa9. >>> governor bob mcdonnell is not commenting the arrest of his 21-year-old son over the weekend. sean mcdonnell is charged with public intoxication and public swearing. he was picked up saturday morning in charlottesville. that's where he's a student at the university of virginia. spokesman did say it was a personal matter and being addressed by the family. >>> the ban on gay marriage in virginia could be challenged in court soon. the aclu in virginia is planning a federal lawsuit now. this comes after the u.s. supreme court struck down a key provision of the federal same- sex marriage ban. in 2006 virginia voters approved a constitutional amendment that prohibited same- sex unions and it would refuse to recognize marriages performed in other states. the aclu argues that that ban violates the constitutional guarantee of equal protection under the law. >>> could former first lady hillary clinton return to the white house as president? the super pack pushing her presidential bid is joining forces with the democratic firm whose leaders built president obama's widely successful gras
against the former chef for virginia governor bob mcdonnell. that chef is named todd schneider. he and his lawyer told our julie carey that they're under a gag order and can't talk about the case. they have argued that the office of attorney general and gubernatorial candidate ken cuccinelli went after schneider to cover up other alleged wrongdoing in the mcdonnell administration. >>> a police chase through city streets ends with gunshots. why officers had weapons drawn in an l.a. neighborhood. >>> before you go to sleep tonight, you might want to take a minute that story coming up. >>> there's a police chase in southern california tonight that ended with gunshots fired into the patrol car. police were chasing two armed robbery suspects. a they cornered the car in the town of raceda. the suspects opened fire, put at least ten bullet holes in the windshield of the police cruiser. at least one of the officers suffered minor injuries. police have one of those suspects in custody. the other is still on the loose. >>> it's a sight we can all get used to -- the washington monument shining a ligh
a shadow of what george mitchell was, what bob dole was, what tom daschle was. people even in our time have been. but, if, in fact, howard dean, he is remembered as a less than effective majority leader, it sure as hell won't be because he changed filibuster rules that actually helped things get done in the united states senate. >> it is a very interesting debate because it shows the depths to which the senate has already sunk long before either of these two folks were in their present positions. what you've got is a group of people who have basically put their party in front of their country and getting rid of the filibuster is a serious step because the constitution protects the rights of the minority. it's one of the things that makes this political situation in this country a great country. unlike egypt where morsi got into trouble because he didn't care about the rights of the minority, of any minority. and to see this happen is a huge step, but i think it probably has to happen. i don't see how a small group of people can tie up the entire country which is what has been going on for f
, it came out of that discussion in the end about knowledge versus belief. >> host: bob is here in washington d.c. bob, please go ahead with your comment or question for mary roach. >> caller: thank you, mary. i've enjoyed this, your talk immensely. here's the thing, i'm 70 years old, and i'm kind of playing options, you know? >> guest: yeah. >> caller: death. i will never give my body for an autopsy, you know, for a cadaver. but i have been giving some thought to this, i read a piece sometimes where people pay a service to, in effect, freeze the body and the head, and i gather the view of the people who do this is that there's some possibility that, you know, maybe 50, 40, 30 years from now they'll find a way to, in effect, revive your body. and, you know, i've always loved, i thought, well, they'd revive younger bodies before they'd revive older bodies like me. but my thought is, you know, that apropos of your comment about the 21 centimeters looking for the soul is that, you know, who i am and what i am is stored in my brain. and the question i have for you is do you have any
yearldz son of virginia governor -- 21-year-old son of virginia governor bob mcdonnell was arrested over the weekend for public intoxication and swearing. he just finished his third year at uva. the governor didn't comment. a spokesman said it was a personal matter and being addressed by the family. >>> the aclu is planning to file a federal lawsuit challenging virginia's gay marriage ban. the announcement comes less than two weeks after the u.s. supreme court struck down a key provision of the federal same- sex marriage ban. it left intact a lower court ruling overturning california's gay marriage ban. in 2006, virginia voters approved a constitutional amendment prohibiting same-sex unions and it refuses to recognize marriages that are performed in other states. the aclu says the ban violates the constitutional guarantee of equal protection under the law. >>> it 16:36 and -- it 16:36 and time for -- it is 6:36 and time for another your money segment. >>> the senate plans to vote whether or not to move forward with a democrat sponsored bill to return the interest rates for student loans
the charges has a conflict of interest in this case. schneider claims bob mcdonnell gave him the food as compensation. a ruling is expected this week. >>> four seconds before impact. that's apparently when alarms started ringing on the asiana airlines plane right before crashing in san francisco. we'll take you there live as reports surface that the crew was surprised by the crash. >>> live look outside right now as rain moves through parts of our area. a lot of blue skies there. chuck, are we out of the woods yet? >> most of metro washington are out of the woods for now. but there are rain showers on the radar. i'll take a tour of those . >>> federal safety investigators have found parts of saturday's crashed asiana airlines plane in san francisco bay. that's how violent the crash landing was. >> a lot of attention is focus don't plane's speed as it approached the runway. we're live in san francisco with the latest on the investigation today. jennifer? >> reporter: jim, pat, the ntsb hopes to speak with all four pilots who were on board that plane as they look in their investigation
. >> three, two, one -- >> reporter: for the first time in two years national mall superintendent bob vogel can see the light. >> i think it looks fantastic. and the crowd how enthused they were. >> reporter: the washington monument has a new look as it recovers from a damaging earth wake. back in august 2011 a 5.8 tremor rocked the east coast, shaking the monument causing structural cracks and pieces of stone to fall off. the 555-foot landmark has been closed ever since. >> it's been frustrating that people have come again from far and wide to go into the monument and see the spectacular views and be disappointed that they can't get in to see it. >> reporter: most of the monument is from the top where visitors can get a spectacular crew it continues next spring costing taxpayers $7.5 million. to keep the monument in the national spotlight, the park service decided to use some of that money to light it up. >> we still want it to look as spectacular and as glorious a symbol to america as it can. >> reporter: on monday vogel got his wish. visitors will get to see i
the mason dixon line of that great state. in virginia a couple weeks ago governor bob mcdonnell kicked major dent in the last pillar of jim crow voter suppression which is the lifetime ban on formerly-incarcerated people voting. [applause] do what we may not have done today, clap for a republican. [laughter] it's good for the soul. it was extremely courageous. i begged kaine to do the exact same thing. sitting as governor of a swing state. what this did, this reenfranchised 100,000 to 200,000 virginia voters who are believed by most -- because these are working people -- to likely be with disproportionately democratic voters. so kaine mumbled some principles, i couldn't even recognize his principles. and then we go to mcdonnell right after, very early in his tenure. and he says, you know, i believe in redemption. i believe in second chances. i think this is the right thing to do. and so we developed a plan to work it through the legislature, and when that failed, when his own party disappointed him, he stood up, and he signed an executive order that will reenfranchise -- 100,000 to 200,000 p
consent to insert from bob ord a letter stallman, the president of the american farm bureau federation in opposition to this bill. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. mcgovern: at this time point, mr. speaker, i yield three minutes to the gentlewoman from connecticut, a leader on this issue, ms. delauro. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from connecticut is recognized for three minutes. a vote for this bill is a vote to end nutrition programs in america. members on the other side of the aisle have already expressed that this morning. imagine referring to the nutrition title of the farm ill as extraneous. extraneous. dealing with hunger. dealing with people who have fallen on those hard times. dealing with their food insecurity and they're being hungry and kids going to bed hungry at night in this nation is extraneous. but that says it all. their ls you where values are. before we consider the content of this legislation, take a minute to review what has happened. shortly before 8:00 p.m. last night, the majority posted a 608-page bill online announced a meeting to co
by the chairman of the judiciary committee, republican bob goodlatte. iswas on our program that agile to air this weekend could here is a preview of what he had people --ut ways that that people can gain status. [video clip] >> it should not include a special pathway to citizenship that is not been up -- been available to people who have worked very hard to obey the law. that does not mean that somebody -- one waygal status would be to give them legal status and say, you are not lawfully present in the -- in the united states could you are not a permanent resident, that you are lawful. make that into a permanent status by mid--- by marrying a united states citizen. by have a relative petition for them. all of those are ways that they could then find themselves permanent residency. host: that is from our program that airs on c-span at 10:00 on sunday morning and 6:00 p.m. sunday evening could where does that put the house? how can that align with your goals? thet: chairman goodlett cut bill into four specific bills. that will not work with the senate bill. speaker boehner said he will not bri
, bob. >> we can't remember. >> we've talked about what good questions justice kagen asked and justice ginsberg asked. we passed yet another term with no questions from justice thomas. but he did say something one morning and it created quite a irestorm in the press. are you up to date on that? >> i remember, we all kind of -- and the press gallery looked at each other and, did he really say something? it was hard to tell. t was sort of a quip made in passing. but he was -- he leaned toward the microphones, which certainly seemed like he intended it for it to be heard. and this was a case that actually ended up getting dismissed, boyer versus louisiana, about the appointment of counsel in a capital case. there was some discussion about he quality of the counsel, and justice scalia said something like but i see the defendant had a lawyer who graduated from harvard and yale, as if this is great. and anyway, thomas leaned forward and he said, what we now have documentation from the court is that he said, well, there see he did not prostride good counsel. and -- provide good counsel. and i
of different looks of things. that helps. there's no one person that i look to. >> question? >> be kind, bob. be kind. >> first of all, congratulations on being selected ceo of the year and for representing the business community as well as you do, as professional as you do. it means a lot to us out here. my question is, we've been given a second chance in this country, thanks to innovation. second chance to really get energy independence. could be one of the best job creators. why are we not moving more quickly than we are? why are we waiting 70, 100 days to make a decision? from your perspective both in business and washington relationships, why aren't women quicker probably one of those initiatives to help our country's? like to comment. first of all, thank you for the pointer making on being a spokesperson for business. because i do think since 2008, the role of business in american society has been diaz one needs be regulated more. and while, okay, i'm not an anti-regulation guy. i understand there are minimum standards that need to be reached. at the end of the day there's and enabling
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